Cat & Dog Pain Relief & Management in Alameda, CA

At Providence Veterinary Hospital & Clinic in Alameda, our veterinarians are committed to keeping our patients as comfortable as possible whether they’ve recently undergone surgery, have an injury, or simply have old-age aches and pains. Our approach to pain management is rooted in our philosophy for compassionate care, and we make it our priority to minimize or eliminate pain for all our patients.

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If you think your pet is in pain,
schedule a consultation today so we can develop a customized pain management plan.

Or call us at (510) 521-6608 (Hospital – East End)
Or (510) 521-5775 (Clinic – West End)

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Personalizing Pain Management

Cats and dogs feel pain just as we do, but they don’t always show it in the same ways, so it can be tough to gauge their level of discomfort. To ensure your pet gets the right pain medication that’s both effective and safe, our veterinarians develop an individualized pain treatment plan that is specifically tailored to your pet’s health status. We use a balanced, multimodal pain management strategy that safely combines pain medications and supplements for more complete control of pain. Our approach also significantly lowers the risk of side effects, so you can rest easy knowing your pet is pain-free and healthier for it.

When is Pain Management Indicated for Pets?

At Providence Veterinary Hospital & Clinic, we take pain in pets very seriously. When undergoing surgery, pets always receive pain management before, during, and after surgeries to minimize discomfort. We also commonly prescribe cat and dog pain medications for the following conditions:

  • Arthritis
  • Joint injuries
  • Orthopedic conditions
  • Wound healing
  • Dental pain
  • Post-surgical recovery
  • And more

Why is Pain Management So Important?

Pain is not only uncomfortable for pets, but it can also affect their quality of life and even their ability to heal. Pain raises your pet’s production of stress hormones like cortisol, which can negatively affect the body’s ability to heal. Plus, it affects your pet’s mental well-being by putting them on edge, and in some cases, causing depression. With effective cat and dog pain relief and management, your pet will be back to their old selves sooner rather than later, both mentally and physically!